Dr. Simon Park - University of Surrey

Dr Simon Park is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the University of Surrey, where he teaches Microbiology and Molecular Biology. An internationally recognised molecular microbiologist, he has published two textbooks and over 60 research papers in refereed journals, books and other periodicals.

For nearly 10 years now, he has also worked at the fertile intersection between art and science and here, his practice has been inspired by the aesthetics and processes of the usually invisible microbiological and chemical world.

Full Name: Simon F. Park
   
Institution: University of Surrey
    
Department: Department of Microbial Sciences
     
Position: Senior Teaching Fellow
     
     
     

Vitamin C crystals captured with polarized light

     

Microorganisms from a freshwater pond under the microscope

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